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By fmljae / Thursday 20 January 2011 09:11 /
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By  fthku  |  28

Tide or no tide, who parks their car SO close to the beach (By that I mean the actual sea) that it gets washed with water? YDI, but at least you got a free wash! always look on the bright side of things.

By  lolwhatadoosh  |  6

You deserved this completely. I mean, it wouldn't necessarily kill you to park away from your spot, it would actually make it more romantic, walking down the beach, holding hands. It's just a case of forgetfulness, and tbh, a bit of bad planning

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By  fthku  |  28

Tide or no tide, who parks their car SO close to the beach (By that I mean the actual sea) that it gets washed with water? YDI, but at least you got a free wash! always look on the bright side of things.

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  boatkicker  |  28

If it weren't for the tide, OP should have been fine. We used to go out to the beach and park within 3ish feet of the water, no problem. But were were always smart enough to move our car before the water got it.

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  SubaruWRXSTI  |  12

Yeah, I'm sure a snorkel would seal off every door and window, and make the car completely waterproof, and not to mention, the car was a rental, most, if not all, rentals don't have any modifications of that sort.

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  boatkicker  |  6

OP parked the car at the edge of the water, and then walked away from the car. He wasn't beside the car when it got washed over, and probably had his back turned and didn't notice it.

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  emjay09  |  6

kikib, way to be a complete blond. tide refers the the water level. there's high tide and low tide. idk why op called it king tide. if you park a car near the water and it is low tide, if you wait long enough the tide rises. get it? good lord.

By  lolwhatadoosh  |  6

You deserved this completely. I mean, it wouldn't necessarily kill you to park away from your spot, it would actually make it more romantic, walking down the beach, holding hands. It's just a case of forgetfulness, and tbh, a bit of bad planning

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